III Points to Return to Miami for Year Two


“68 acts, one warehouse.”

Last year, the inaugural III Points festival made its debut in Sunny Miami and now, it’s back for year two.

The festival will take place during the weekend of October 10-12 in Miami’s art district of Wynwood. Making an appearance at this year’s event will include Flying Lotus, Lykke Li, Jamjie Jones. Jamie XX, Metronomy, Jacuzzi Boys and many more (68 in total, apparently).

One thing that festival organizers are set on doing this year? Showing off the homegrow talent that inhabit the neighborhood. 

“I know every day, every stage, everything will open up and be tied together with our local talent,” Ill Points organizer David Sinopoli insists. “We’ll be keeping with the Miami homegrown.”

The festival will be spread across more than 35 venues, helping bring up the Wynwood’s artist-vibe with its grafittited buildings, to the forefront and representing what the neighborhood is all about. 

Check out the full line-up here:

III Points Festival 2014 Lineup:
-Flying Lotus (Live)
-Lykke Li
-Jamie Jones
-Duke Dumont
-Jamie XX
-Hot Natured
-Four Tet
-Chet Faker
-Cashmere Cat
-Mac DeMarco
-Hercules and Love Affair (Live)
-Jacques Greene (Live)
-Com Truise
-Jacuzzi Boys
-Lazaro Casanova
-Austin Paul
-Will Buck
-Pirate Stereo
-Nuri and Robb Banks
-Dude Skywalker
-The Hongs
-Kodiak Fur
-Ketchy Shuby
-The Deep
-Deaf Poets
-Laura of Miami
-Jean Jacket
-Pase Rock
-Patrick Walsh
-Eagle Chief
-Sean Drake
-Nicky Blitz!
-Frank Flux
-Mr. Brown
-Psychic Mirrors
-Telescope Thieves
-Sire Esq
-Niko Javan
-Keen One
-VI (The Deep End)
-Jeremy Ismael
-Agent Rose
-Santiago Caballero
-Telekinetic Walrus
-Mikey Ramirez
-DJ Kurr

If you’re thinking about attending, tickets will run you $88 for the entire weekend (three days). 

Art. Innovative technology. Music? Is there anything else anyone wants besides food?

Fearless Records Release ‘Punk Goes 90s: Vol. 2’ Track List


Earlier this week, a picture from a magazine revealed the list of artists that will be featured on the upcoming Punk Goes… series, Punk Goes 90s: Volume II.

Today, Fearless Records has officially revealed the full list of artists that will be on the new compilation as well as the tracks for the 90s that they will be covering. Up until now, the only band and their cover that was known was Get Scared and their cover of Lit’s biggest hit, “My Own Worst Enemy” which became the lead single for the compilation.

Check out the track list and artist list below.


1. Get Scared – “My Own Worst Enemy”
originally performed by Lit
2. Memphis May Fire – “Interstate Love Song”
originally performed by Stone Temple Pilots
3. Asking Alexandria – “Closer” originally performed by Nine Inch Nails
4. The Color Morale – “Everlong” originally performed by Foo Fighters
5. Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! – “All Star” originally performed by Smash Mouth
6. Mayday Parade – “Comedown” originally performed by Bush
7. Motionless In White – “Du Hast” originally performed by Rammstein
8. Yellowcard – “Today” originally performed by The Smashing Pumpkins
9. Hands Like Houses – “Torn” originally performed by Natalie Imbruglia
10. The Ghost Inside – “Southtown” originally performed by P.O.D
11. Falling In Reverse – “Gangsta’s Paradise” originally performed by Coolio
12. Ice Nine Kills – “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)” originally performed by Green Day

The album will be available on April 1st.

Which cover are you guys looking forward to the most? Drop us a line.

Artists Protesting Florida? Not So Fast

Justin Timberlake/Jay-Z

After the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin ruling two weeks back, many artist have come out of the woodwork to protest the state of Florida over a reason that no one truly knows. Whether it’s the ruling (just for those that are not familiar, Zimmerman was found not guilty) or the actual “Stand Your Ground” law, artist were rumored to be protesting the state (you read right, the state, not just that particular city).

Word got around yesterday through the Huffington Post that artists such as Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z, The Rolling Stones and many more would be staying clear from Florida due to the verdict outcome. The Monday after the verdict, Stevie Wonder had come out saying that he would not be entering the state of Florida for anything as a protest. Today, it turns out, many of the representatives are coming to the defense of their performers saying that their clients had never heard of or been contacted about the list.

American Urban Radio Network’s White House correspondent April Ryan first reported the list, claiming that she had gotten the information from credible  “sources close to the Stevie Wonder camp.” The Huffington Post had said that they were at the time trying to contact the artists’ representatives even though they had posted the list. At the time, the only representative that had gotten back to them was Rihanna’s who revealed that she was not involved. MotherJones got word that The Rolling Stones had not even heard about the campaign.

When doubt started to reach an all time high, Ryan released a statement on her website where she explains that she got a ext in the middle of the night from someone who were “in support of Stevie.” Her statement could be seen below:

I obtained from multiple sources early Monday a list of artists and entertainers who my sources told me had committed to a boycott of Florida following the George Zimmerman acquittal. Since publishing that list I have heard from several representatives of the artists named who say, on behalf of their clients, they are uncomfortable being identified on that list and are seeking additional information.

Additional representatives have come out to debunk that their clients, who were on the list, were even aware that their names had been put on the list of protesters, which begs the question, if Ryan didn’t put this list together then who did?

Supposedly protests not only those mentioned above, but also

  • Mary Mary
  • Eddie Levert
  • Rod Stewart
  • Madonna
  • Usher
  • Pattie Labelle
  • Kanye West
  • Mary J
  • Trey Songz
  • R. Kelly
  • Alicia Keys
  • Joe
  • Will I AM
  • Keyshia Cole
  • Young Jeezy
  • Erykah Badu
  • Wale
  • Frankie Beverly
  • Parliament